Local News from the Warren Tribune Chronicle
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‘We will rebuild’Woman killed while holding child
May 22, 2013 By ASHLEY NEWMAN Tribune Chronicle YOUNGSTOWN — A woman was shot to death and a man injured on a North Side front porch Tuesday evening. Ororo Wilkins, 20, was killed about 5 p..Coroner says man shot before car fire
May 22, 2013 WARREN — A Warren Township man whose body was discovered in a burning car last week was already dead, killed by a gunshot wound to the head, according to the Trumbull County Coroner’s Office. Dr.Judge sends man to facility to restore his competency
May 22, 2013 WARREN — Following through on his warning about a month ago, Trumbull County Common Pleas Judge Andrew Logan ordered a 61-year-old accused of murder institutionalized until his competency is restored.Bovines bother neighbors
May 22, 2013 LORDSTOWN — Several village residents say they are being encroached upon by neighbors’ cows. They won at least a temporary victory.Fine art, comic-book style
May 22, 2013 Greg Bartholomew, who owns All-American Cards and Comics comic book store, is exhibiting limited edition prints and giclee prints from his ‘‘Comic Book Art Collection’’ two blocks down at the...Austintown bar cited for its role in cruiser crash
May 22, 2013 An Austintown bar has been cited in connection with the March 17 crash in which a vehicle hit a Niles police cruise.Warren cop fired for physical inability
May 22, 2013 WARREN — A city patrolman was fired last week on the basis that he is unable to perform the necessary physical activity required of the jo.News at a glance
May 22, 2013 Bond set at $1M in stomping death WARREN — A man accused of stomping his ex-girlfriend’s father to death early Sunday morning is being held in the Trumbull County Jail in lieu of a $1 million bon.
Remembering the fallenMan faces murder charge
May 21, 2013 WARREN — City police went to a Dickey Avenue home early Sunday morning on reports of a possible disturbance with injuries, but found the body of a man in his backyard. Police confirmed George L.Another Warren burglary
May 21, 2013 WARREN — A Logan Avenue woman reported that she and her 17-year-old daughter were held at gunpoint Saturday by two men who took money from their residenc.Brookfield teacher accused of affair with student, 17
May 21, 2013 BROOKFIELD — A high school teacher here is on leave while police investigate allegations that he may have had a romantic relationship with a teenage student.‘He lived and breathed Champion’
May 21, 2013 CHAMPION — Longtime community member and Board of Education member Larry J. Durch died Sunday. He was 72.Area news briefs
May 21, 2013 Warren man pleads not guilty to rape WARREN — A Warren man is being held on $150,000 bond after pleading not guilty Monday to charges stemming from a reported sexual attack on a younger, mentally...
Blessing of the Bikes and RidersMay 25, 2013
Blessing of the Bikes and Riders
Christ Episcopal Church 2627 Atlantic St. in Warren will be having a blessing of the bikes and riders on May 25th at 2pm.
The Rev. Jeffrey Baker will be asking for a blessing for a safe and enjoyable riding season.
Pair wounded by gunfireGroup has vision for the region
May 20, 2013 Tribune Chronicle Area organizations are getting on board with Vibrant NEO, a program commissioned to research and find a solution for creating a resilient future for northeast Ohio.Woman sues over sewer
May 20, 2013 LORDSTOWN — A village woman is asking Trumbull County courts for relief from being forced to make a costly addition to her sewerline, which she deems unnecessary. Jodie L.Focus put on motorcycle safety
May 20, 2013 The Ohio State Highway Patrol has a pair of reminders as the weather turns warmer. To motorists: There will be an increase in motorcycles on the roadways.Memorial Day events
May 20, 2013 SATURDAY WARREN — Pineview Memorial Park, 4049 Youngstown Road, will hold a service at 2 p.m. at the chapel to honor veterans. State Rep.Coins for a cause
May 20, 2013 McDONALD — When teachers asked students to bring in quarters to raise money for a local man’s kidney transplant, they didn’t realize how big the collection would get.Execution of spies provokes response
May 20, 2013 The Western Reserve Chronicle of 150 years ago today reported the execution of two Confederate spies, Capt. William Francis Corbin and L.Area news briefs
May 20, 2013 Liberty Relay for Life raises $102,000 LIBERTY — The Liberty Relay for Life raised $102,000 for the American Cancer Society.Tribune claims 13 AP awards
May 20, 2013 WARREN — “A gem” is how judges described Tribune Chronicle photographer R. Michael Semple’s photo from inside a Warren courtroom that won first place in a statewide contest Sunday.
Visitors welcomeArtist transforms trunk
May 19, 2013 MESOPOTAMIA — Yvonne Mulidore said she couldn’t begin to guess what the man with the chain saw was carving into the top of the tree trunk next to The End of the Commons General Store.Lawyer: Sunrise suit ‘silly’
May 19, 2013 WARREN — Attorneys for the three men accused in a lawsuit of conspiring to ruin a restaurant in downtown Warren say the allegations are ‘‘preposterous,’’ and they intend to aggressively defend...Records give rise to debate
May 19, 2013 WARREN — While Sunshine of Warren Trumbull Area Inc.
May 19, 2013 Rick Muccio cartoon for May 19,...